This petite mahogany bedside table was made in France in the 1800’s. The inset white marble top makes for a durable surface and is surrounded by a break front pierced brass gallery. There are two accordion sliding doors. The whole is resting on tall tapered legs ending with brass sabots. Cleaned and polished with a French paste wax this bedside table is ready for your immediate use. Be sure to view the detailed images.
A handsome and sturdy pair of French Directoire square back fauteuils are tasteful and comfortable. These mahogany occasional chairs are upholstered in a worn green velvet and accented with gold tape trim. The arms are rounded and smooth and attach to decorative, carved front legs. The seat height is 20”, arm height is 27 ¼”. Be sure to take a look at the detailed images to see the current condition.
This petite writing desk made of solid mahogany is perfect for casually working or makes for a wonderful side table or console. The top features a gently worn black leather writing surface with classic gold embossed trim. There are two functioning drawers on this desk, one of which has a gold escutcheon and key, and one of which has a brass drawer knob. This desk has been cleaned and polished with a French paste wax, ready for immediate use. Make sure to view all the images for a closer look at this classic desk.
A French Directorie period petite settee is in wonderful antique condition. Hand carved and built in the early 1800’s, this settee is sturdy and is sure to bring a lot of character to your space. The carved wood frame boosts its original worn paint finish. Worn cut velvet upholstery adds patina and warmth and is surrounded with nailhead trim. The plush seat cushion is removable. Seat Height is 18”, make sure to view the detailed images for a view of its current condition.
A classically designed transitional enfilade with expressions from the Directorie and Louis XVI Styles. Its original shaped saint anne marble top sits on top of this enfilade making for a durable serving surface. The chamford corners match the design of the cabinet. There are three paneled drawers and three paneled doors all with simple escutcheons and working locks. There are two keys present to work all the locks and should be used when opening this cabinet. Behind the doors is one fixed shelf for storage. Fluting found throughout this piece is the perfect polished detail. The whole raised on turned mahogany legs.
A French solid fruitwood corner cabinet that will add a bit more storage space without taking up too much room. Hand-crafted in the 19th century around 1850, this is a wonderful find with decorative ebony inlay trim and its original shaped marble top. The body is curved at the front with two paneled doors that open to an interior with an adjustable shelf that measures 21 ⅜” deep in the center and 28 ¾” wide. Scrolling brass shield escutcheons adorn the front and one key is present for the workable lock. The fruitwood has been polished to show off its colorful tones and patina which pair well with deep ebony inlay trim and swags. The whole sits on sturdy blocked feet. In excellent antique condition. Make sure to view all the images for a closer look at this unique cabinet.
Made in France, this wonderful antique can play double duty. This demilune console table sits wonderfully against a wall or the top flips open to a round smooth table surface for dining or playing games.. Rich, expressive mahogany and tapering legs make this game table truly elegant. A fourth leg extends from the back of the console, revealing a hidden drawer that can be used to store chips, cards and game pieces, and provides the support for the opened top. When opened, the table is round with the dimensions 29 ¼” H x 44-½”Diameter, Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
A stylish early 19th Century French commode with a smooth polished top made of a single large board. Hand-crafted in France circa 1810 this commode features three molded drawers with burl walnut panels flanked by canted corners. Each drawer is decorated with impressive, angular drop bail handles and have scrolling shield shaped brass escutcheon plates surrounding the key holes. Raised on elegant tapered legs, this is an incredibly beautiful commode because of its overall straight lines, as well as its proportions and color. This neoclassical Directoire French commode would be a wonderful addition to both contemporary and traditional interiors, and the narrow depth makes it perfect for a foyer, hallway, bedroom, or living room. Be sure to view all the images to see the details of this stately commode.
A wonderful Directoire style extending dining room table from France, circa 1900. Crafted with vibrant fruitwood with an incredible thin inlay within the top. The table extends to 119-¼”W and supported with a hidden pair of legs that drop down. The four main legs are surmounted by inlaid joinery dies and taper down to brass capped feet. Leaves are not included. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this stately table.
This Directoire enfilade is a great way to add more storage to any space. Topped with its original, shaped stone top that has been professionally repaired in two places- though it’s difficult to tell due to the movement of the stone. All four lower paneled doors showcase an intricately carved perimeter and floral escutcheon. All storage cavities support a single removable shelf. The center compartment houses two lengthy drawers. Raised on short, fluted feet with brass caps. Polished with French wax paste. All locks are functional; three keys are included. Make sure to view the detailed images.